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Health and Wellness Expo
04/04/18 - 04/04/18
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Events in the next 30 days...
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01/18/18
 -03/09/18
Daffodils by the Bunch


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02/01/18
 -03/30/18
AARP TAX-AIDE

AARP TAX - AIDE
Begins February - March 2018

To Schedule an appointment please visit the Mesquite Senior Center in person and
write your name down in the
RED FOLDER displayed at the front desk.  Make sure to bring all documents needed to your appointment.

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02/02/18
 -02/22/18
Hats Off to the Arts!


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02/05/18
 -04/02/18
Eating Smart Being Active

DESCRIPTION

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is an outreach unit of the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources. We design and deliver community programs to residents of Clark County with other agencies and volunteers. We learn about the needs of our county and develop programs to meet them. We offer education, training and instruction in Health & Nutrition; Children, Youth & Families; and Water, Horticulture, Economics & Environment.


Class Taught by: Penny Blair CLC, ACE CPT & GFI
Cooperative Extension 1897 N. Moapa Valley Blvd. in Bldg. B
English/Spanish Speaking Adults Welcome - Class Size is Limited.
Registration Required. (Registration is for the entire 9 class series)
Come join us! In this FREE 9 Class Series you will learn to...
Try out some healthy recipes!
Shop and eat healthy on a budget!
Understand a food label!
Choose healthier foods!
Increase your physical activity!
FREE cookbooks and take-home items!
Class Series Dates/Times:
Feb 5 -10:30am-12:00pm - Welcome to Eating Smart Being Active
Feb. 12 - 10:30am-12:00pm - Get Moving!
Feb. 19 - 10:30am-12:00pm - Plan, Shop, $ave
Feb. 26 - 10:30am-12:00pm - Fruits & Veggies: Half Your Plate
March 5 - 10:30am-12:00pm - Make Half Your Grains Whole
March 12- 10:30am-12:00pm - Go Lean with Protein
March 19 - 10:30am-12:00pm - Build Strong Bones
March 26 - 10:30am-12:00pm - Make a Change
April 2 - 10:30am-12:00pm - Celebrate! Eat Smart& Be Active






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02/22/18
Crochet & More


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02/22/18
Kids Steam "Lego"


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02/23/18
Age 0 - 5 Storytime


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02/23/18
Teen Scene


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02/23/18
 -02/24/18
Mesquite Western Roundup Cowboy Poetry & Western Music


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02/24/18
"Choose Joy" Mesquite United Methodist Women


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02/24/18
Rose Care Class "Prepping for Spring"

DESCRIPTION

University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is an outreach unit of the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources. We design and deliver community programs to residents of Clark County with other agencies and volunteers. We learn about the needs of our county and develop programs to meet them. We offer education, training and instruction in Health & Nutrition; Children, Youth & Families; and Water, Horticulture, Economics & Environment.


This Rose Care Class will help you in preparing your roses for spring blooms! Topics covered include: Pruning, Fertilizing and Planting New Rose Plants.

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DATE AND TIME
Sat, February 24, 2018
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST
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LOCATION
Cooperative Extension (NE Clark County)
1897 N. Moapa Valley Blvd.
Logandale, NV 89021
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02/24/18
Children's Movie


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02/24/18
Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra presents West Side Story


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02/26/18
Book Bingo


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02/26/18
Bereavement Group


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02/27/18
Toddler Storytime


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02/27/18
E-Books Downlaod


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02/27/18
4-H for kids


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02/27/18
MUSIC JAMS @ Stateline are back


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02/27/18
MESA Beginnings Maternal Education Support Assist

MESA BEGINNINGS
Maternal Education Support and Assistance

Complimentary classes offered Tuesday from 6:00-7:30pm
Attend as many as you like depending on your needs.
Classes are held at the Main Conference room by the hospital lobby.

February 6, 2018 - Labor & Delivery
February 13, 2018 - Breastfeeding
February 20, 2018 Postpartum Care
February 27, 2018 - Newborn & Safety

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02/28/18
Preschool Storytime


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02/28/18
International Film Group


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02/28/18
Gold Butte Speaker Series - Desert Restoration


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03/02/18
The Comedy Machine


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03/03/18
 -03/10/18
Womens Self Defense Class


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03/03/18
Terra West Offering a Free Board Training Event


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03/03/18
Fifth Annual Donkey Jamboree


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03/03/18
The Beatles: Hello Goodbye Show


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03/05/18
Adult Coloring Club


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03/05/18
Bereavement Group


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03/05/18
Ribbon Cutting ERA Brokers Consolidated


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03/06/18
Toddler Storytime


Babies & toddlers enjoy songs, nursery rhymes, stories and finger plays with their favorite adult.
This program introduces children and parents to language-enrichment activities and emerging literacy skills.

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03/06/18
Book Club


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03/06/18
Kids Coloring


Children 6-11 get together for group coloring and socializing.

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03/07/18
 -03/08/18
The ParaLong Drive Cup

Inspiration Tees Off as The ParaLong Drive Cup Returns to Mesquite, Nevada
 
Contact: 
Dean Jarvis
L_dean_jarvis@yahoo.com
865-748 0771
 
Fast Facts:
 
What: The ParaLong Drive Cup, a long drive championship golf event for athletes with permanent illnesses, injuries and other physical challenges
 
When: March 7-8, 2018
 
Where: Mesquite NV Sports & Event Complex, Mesquite, Nevada
 
About: The ParaLong Drive Cup, a long drive golf championship event for athletes with permanent illnesses, injuries, and other physical challenges, is returning to Mesquite, Nevada. The event showcases the abilities of players who have overcome obstacles such as Amputation, Paraplegia, Brachial Plexus Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Blindness, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, Hemiplegia, and Down Syndrome, and who will compete in various divisions to take home the title of ParaLong Drive Cup Champion. This is an inspirational event in that it also provides athletes with an opportunity to enjoy camaraderie and competition with their peers.
 
The event is open to the public, and spectators are welcome to attend.
 
History of the Event:
In Rio, golf was included in the Olympics, but excluded from the Paralympics. This inspired Dean Jarvis to found the Amputee Long Drive Championship in 2013. It quickly became obvious, however, that athletes with amputations were not the only golfers out there who had overcome obstacles. The championship event expanded to include individuals with Paraplegia, Brachial Plexus Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Blindness, Down Syndrome, and more, and was rebranded as The ParaLong Drive Cup.
 
The event has been held nine times in various locations across the United States, including Knoxville, Tennessee; Winter Garden, Florida; and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This will be its fourth stop in Mesquite. It will be held in Columbia, South Carolina, in 2018 as well.
 
Since its founding, the event has been featured on The Golf Channel and has garnered growing support, as well as an expanding population of players.
 
Who competes in the event?  
Athletes from many great organizations have competed in previous events -  National Amputee Golf Association, North American One-Armed Golfers Association, Stand Up and Play Foundation, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Salute Military Golf Association, United States Adaptive Golf Alliance, Canadian Amputee Golf Association, Brotherhood of the Warriors, Never Say Never Foundation, PGA Hope Charleston, and Adaptive Golf Experience at Parris Island.
 
What is the draw for the media and/or public? 
The ParaLong Drive Cup succeeds in providing athletes with permanent injuries, illnesses, and other physical challenges a golf-related athletic platform to smash perceptions. The Cup provides these skilled athletes an opportunity to demonstrate what they are capable of, and spectators can expect the golf balls to regularly travel over 300 yards, and occasionally over 350 yards. At previous events, it has even been possible to see balls fly over 400 yards – and yes, that is about four football fields.
Schedule of Events: TBD
 
 

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03/07/18
Preschool Storytime


Ages 3-5
Includes stories, songs and more to build literacy skills and help children develop a love for books.

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03/07/18
Free GED Course


Stevens - Henager

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03/08/18
KIDS STEAM


Ages 6-11
SCIENCE

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03/08/18
Ribbon Cutting Mesquite Pharmacy


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03/09/18
Age 0-5 Storytime


Ages 0-5 
A wide variety of books, songs and participatory activities will be shared for young children and their parents.

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03/09/18
Card Making


Class Times
12:  pm to 1:30 pm
or
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

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03/09/18
Teen Scene


Ages 12-18
Programs operate under the principles of HOMAGO. 
"Hanging out, messing around, geeking out"
Activities that allow for flexibility, hands-on experimentation and tinkering in areas of personal interest.
Wii / Pokemon / Home Work / Magic Cards / Wi-Fi

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03/10/18
2nd Annual Desert Color Dash


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03/10/18
Family Craft


Ages 3-11
Usually an artful craft project that incorporates dexterity and imagination!

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03/10/18
BUNCO Tournament


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03/10/18
This is TOM JONES the tribute


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03/12/18
Adult Coloring Club


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03/12/18
Bereavement Group


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03/13/18
Toddler Storytime


Babies & toddlers enjoy songs, nursery rhymes, stories and finger plays with their favorite adult.
This program introduces children and parents to language-enrichment activities and emerging literacy skills.

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03/13/18
Know the 10 Warning Signs of Dementia

 

Free Education Sessions Presented Monthly by The Alzheimer's Association.
Join us every 2nd Tuesday at the Mesquite Senior Center on Old Mill Road for a FREE education session at 1PM.

Following each education is a support group, open to anyone interested in sharing caregiving tips, care management, and wanting to share their personal stories and experiences with Alzheimer's and related dementias. The Support Group is hosted by a Family Care Consultant from the Alzheimer's Association and begins at 2PM.

Stop by and pick up informational handouts, support group listings, workshop schedules, and MORE.

We are here for you and your family 24/7, if you are in crisis, please call 800-272-3900 anytime to speak with a social worker.

For other events in your area please visit: www.alz.org/dsw

 


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03/13/18
Alzheimer's Support Group - MONTHLY

Free Alzheimer's Support Group Hosted Monthly by The Alzheimer's Association.
Join us every 2nd Tuesday at the Mesquite Senior Center on Old Mill Road for a FREE education session at 1PM.


Following each education is a support group, open to anyone interested in sharing caregiving tips, care management, and wanting to share their personal stories and experiences with Alzheimer's and related dementias. The Support Group is hosted by a Family Care Consultant from the Alzheimer's Association and begins at 2PM.

Stop by and pick up informational handouts, support group listings, workshop schedules, and MORE.

We are here for you and your family 24/7, if you are in crisis, please call 800-272-3900 anytime to speak with a social worker.

For other events in your area please visit: www.alz.org/dsw

 


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03/13/18
4-H for Kids


We've partnered with the 4-H organization for a unique opportunity for children to become involved in new and different activities.

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03/13/18
MUSIC JAMS @ Stateline are back


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03/14/18
Preschool Storytime


Ages 3-5
Includes stories, songs and more to build literacy skills and help children develop a love for books.

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03/15/18
KIDS STEAM


Ages 6-11
CODING

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03/16/18
Age 0-5 Storytime


Ages 0-5 
A wide variety of books, songs and participatory activities will be shared for young children and their parents.

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03/16/18
Gardening "Seeds"


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03/16/18
Teen Scene


Ages 12-18
Programs operate under the principles of HOMAGO. 
"Hanging out, messing around, geeking out"
Activities that allow for flexibility, hands-on experimentation and tinkering in areas of personal interest.
Wii / Pokemon / Home Work / Magic Cards / Wi-Fi

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03/16/18
Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo


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03/17/18
FREE Straw Bale Garden Class

STRAW BALE GARDEN CLASS by Dianna Walker
Saturday, March 17, 2018
9:00 am to 11:00 am
Cooperative Extension NE
1897 North Moapa Valley blvd.
Logandale, NV 89021
702-397-2604

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03/17/18
Shamrock Shamble


4 Person Shamble - 9 Holes Only (Palms Front 9)
Everyone Plays the Forward Tees
Only 3 Clubs may be used per Player. No Sharing
Must use 1 drive from each player. Par 3's Do Not Count.
$45.00 per Player / $180.00 per Team

 

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03/17/18
Tribute to Irish Supergroup U2


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03/18/18
SWAGGER


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03/19/18
Adult Coloring Club


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03/20/18
Toddler Storytime


Babies & toddlers enjoy songs, nursery rhymes, stories and finger plays with their favorite adult.
This program introduces children and parents to language-enrichment activities and emerging literacy skills.

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03/20/18
4-H for Kids


We've partnered with the 4-H organization for a unique opportunity for children to become involved in new and different activities.

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03/21/18
Preschool Storytime


Ages 3-5
Includes stories, songs and more to build literacy skills and help children develop a love for books.

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03/21/18
Free GED Course


Stevens - Henager

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03/22/18
KIDS STEAM


Ages 6-11
Lego

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03/23/18
Age 0-5 Storytime


Ages 0-5 
A wide variety of books, songs and participatory activities will be shared for young children and their parents.

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03/23/18
Teen Scene


Ages 12-18
Programs operate under the principles of HOMAGO. 
"Hanging out, messing around, geeking out"
Activities that allow for flexibility, hands-on experimentation and tinkering in areas of personal interest.
Wii / Pokemon / Home Work / Magic Cards / Wi-Fi

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03/23/18
Zepplin USA


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03/24/18
George Strait Tribute


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